"What is your quintessential Jamaican Vacation sign - the surest way to know you are actually in Jamaica?"
I am not involved at all in the tourism business here- outside this website, but I have spoken to quite a few visiting friends and it is always fascinating hearing them talk about what captured their imagination- what will ensure they never forget their vacation in Jamaica!
And by the way, I am not talking about the beautiful beaches, the food, the reggae music, the landscape and attractions, nor anything like that.
They did mention those too- but there are some rather little things, unique things that, as I said earlier, that stood out for them.
I was told things like:
Others mention the distinctive peanut vendors, the party spirit, the unusual windy roads and a whole lot more!
They mentioned all kinds of unique things. What about you though? Everyone had something they stood out for them, what's yours?
Everybody has something special they noted about Jamaica. What did you take back? What is it that really tingles you about this special island?
Please share it with other visitors to this page.
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